The following project quality plan has been established to demonstrate Fluid Technologies under-standing of the quality
requirements for the supply of the water treatment equipment for the Pro-ject. This QA Plan will be updated following any major
change in the project organization and procedures as well as the sub-contracted tasks.
Contractual documents relevant to the project are:
Equipment consisting of coarse strainers, fine multi-media filters, air-scour blower, gas strip deaeration tower, chemical injection
system and a local control panel to operate all the equip-ment..
The following acronyms are used in the present Project Quality Plan:
MSE - Mustang Engineering
OPS - Oceaneering Production Systems
FTI - Fluid Technologies
PQP - Project Quality Plan
QM - Quality Management Department
QCP - Quality Control Inspection Plans
- Fabricators (to be named)
3. PROJECT ORGANIZATION
3.1 Client Interface
For this Project the direct client of FTI is Mustang Engineering. FTI’s fabricator is, TBN, who will be fabricating the vessels for this
project. In FTI, the designated contact person is the Project Manager, Bob Thomas, or the Project Engineer, Murthy Palangala.
FTI Project Manager receives on a bi-weekly basis a progress report summarizing the highlights on all key aspects of the project
(engineering, procurement, manufacturing, planning, quality and certifications). FTI’s Project Manager in turn, provides an
update on the project highlights to MSE/OPS bi-weekly.
The chart in Appendix 1 gives the position of the MSE/OPS project team within the FTI Organi-zation and indicates the
communication lines with the clients.
3.2 FTI Project Organization/Responsibilities
Appendix 2 chart show the organization of the FTI/MSE/OPS project team.
The Quality Assurance Manager monitors the compliance of the project management and realization with the quality requirements.
Day to day quality actions directly related to the project will be shared by the Quality Assurance Manager and Project Coordinator.
All certification related matters including coordination with a ABS are handled by the Project Coordinator.
With regard to the MSE/OPS Project, the Quality Assurance Manager is involved in the following main tasks:
· Approval of the project quality system as defined in this Quality Plan
· Organization of the project quality system as defined in the Quality Plan
· Selection of suppliers
· Quality audit of suppliers
3.3 Job Description
Appendix 4 contains the job description curriculum of the key personnel involved in the MSE/OPS Project.
4. QUALITY SYSTEM
4.1 FTI Quality System
FTI maintains and operates and effective documented Quality System based on the recommenda-tions of ISO 9001. Please note
however that FTI is not ISO 9001 certified.
4.2 Project Quality System
Appendix 5 lists the main quality procedures applicable to the AT/BB. Appendix 8 lists the quality control plans associated with the
5. CONTRACT REVIEW
Special attention is given to:
The specifications pertaining to the MSE/OPS project as given in the P.O. from
MSE/OPS to MPE (based on our proposal 06/15/03)
Contract review is conducted according to FTI’s Quality Procedures Manual, Section 3,
Contract Review, conducted on 6/15/03.
6. DESIGN CONTROL
Design activities are performed according to the procedures in FTI’s Quality Procedures Manual, Design Control.
A QA/QC pre-review is planned just after the issue of P&ID and GA drawings at status “AFD” (approved for design).
7. DOCUMENT CONTROL
Creation, modification, approval, dispatch and filing of documents follow the applicable proce-dures found in FTI’s Quality Manual,
This procedure defines the following for each document relevant to he IPC Project.
Responsibilities for their preparation, validation, dispatch and filing.
Ways to ascertain that the correct documents issues are made available to the concerned
8. PROCUREMENT CONTROL
Sub-Vendor’s selection is done in accordance with the relevant FTI procedure found in FTI’s Quality Procedures Manual,
A responsible technical person is designated to be the focal contact point with each sub-vendor (see Appendix 6)
Specific and/or general technical specifications as indicated on the purchase orders and drawings issued to the sub-vendors.
8.2 Sub-Vendor Quality Control Plan
FTI furnishes the sub-vendors with Quality Control Plans (QCP) which are used as reference for the project audits at the sub-
FTI reviews the QCP’s with the sub-vendors, so the quality requirements of the parts can be ad-hered to.
Inspections during equipment manufacturing are done as per QCP’s.
8.3 Sub-Vendors Quality Audits
During the manufacture of the equipment, the FTI Quality Assurance Manager or his designee, will visit the sub-vendors to
monitor the quality of the parts during their manufacture per FTI’s Quality Procedure Manual, Purchasing.
Final inspection of the equipment will be done per FTI Procedure Manual, Inspection & Test Status, by the Quality Assurance
Manager before shipment. Inspection of valves and instruments will be done upon receipt from sub-vendors by the Project Co-
Ordinator to check for compliance to the relevant purchase orders before shipment to the fabricator.
8.4 Sub-Vendors Audit Plan
Approved sub-vendors are audited per FTI QCPs for each sub-vendor at supplier’s facilities ac-cording to FTI’s quality
Procedures Manual, Purchasing.
The project audit plan is given in Appendix 7.
9. CONTROL OF NON-CONFORMITIES AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
9.1 Design Phase
During the design phase of the project any identified non-conformity to the project requirements or any detected design error or
misinterpretation is immediately reported and corrective action be taken as required within accordance to the procedure for
design change request, found in FTI’s Quality Procedures Manual, Design Control.
One objective of the design review is also to identify problems and non-conformities related to the general specifications or
procedures and decide on corrective actions., These are documented in the minutes of the design review meetings.
9.2 Waivers and Non-Conformance Reports from Sub-Vendors During Manufacturing of Parts
Sub-vendors are requested to do document waivers and non-conformance reports and submit them to the Q.A. Manager for
recommendation for disposition, according to FTI’s Quality Proce-dures Manual, Control of Non-Conforming Product.
10. QUALITY RECORD
Documentation produced internally are filed according to FTI’s Quality Procedures Manual, Quality Records.
Quality records to be issued by sub-vendors are identified on the respective purchase orders.
This documentation will be kept available for a minimum of five (5) years.
APPENDIX 4 JOB DESCRIPTIONS
Project Manger :
Employment History :
Primary Responsibilities :
Manager : Richard de Pagter
Education : B.S. Mechanical Engineering
Employment History : Fluid Technologies August 2000 to Present
: Thirty Plus Years in Oil & Gas Industry
Primary Responsibilities : Engineering in product design and drafting associated with
packaging of FTI products.
Interface with Client to insure that product is engineered per
Coordinate and manage outside engineering and certification issues.
Employment History :
Primary Responsibilities : ISA Data Sheets
Control Valve Sizing